Design submitted by NickMusky, re-formatted for functional guidelines.
Astonish recruiters with your lively appearance and core competencies with Nevus.
It’s a custom made 3 page resume that has a recommendations page and a matching two-sided cover page.
If you’re a bartender, go ahead and replace the existing image for your own personal logo so the manager at the bar can see what you look like. Scroll through our sample verbs list, then pick and choose what power words are most readily applicable to your personality.
All dates are formatted properly along the right of the document with a cursive style font used for its headings.
Originally designed for photographers, this is a classy minimalist layout built for highlighting adobe suite proficiency levels through charts and boxes as seen below.
Drag the vertical line to the right to specify adjustments. Luckily, no fancy video or photoshop editing is needed to finalize everything. Any version of MS Word will suffice.
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It’s a lot easier to manipulate than the old style, especially if I’m trying to make it look more modern. it’s a lot easier to maintain (I don’t have to worry about revealing too much personal info everywhere, every line is easily editable).
It’s very clean line: no more uneven pressure lines under each heading (a major peeve). Second – everything is exactly one-column in format; which helps eliminate any possibility or “fluff” to bulge on either side like crazy does so many other templates do.
I *have* made it myself without any “fancy” templates – all of the styles are *legal* and “not funambulist.” the text formats are clean with modern clear types – my previous resume was filled with text/glyphs that were difficult to read/not sure were even presentable.
It saves me 2400 characters, and is a very functional looking resume. It is simple to read, and not to over understand. The dark blue is a nice shade of blue, that transitions well into the rest of the resume.
I hope the picture is okay. I used this template to re-design my cv, and could not be more pleased! It is simple, clean, and stylized very well.
It saves me 2400 words, since I don’t have to give a detailed background of my PhD and my teaching experience and my research experience if I don’t want to, and it saves me 78 lines, since I don’t have to list every course I took and every conference I attended if I don’t want to.
That means less color without sacrificing readability or complexity (a must with modern digital citizens). Second is that LESS colors = more black space which allows me to put **more relevant information** on paper while still keeping things interesting via graphic boundaries etc.
I think the design is very clean and minimal, it stands out from the rest of the pile while still being familiar and inviting. I like that it starts on the blue side, since I am often asked about my resume before even being asked about my qualifications.
My old resume was the same boring word doc that most people (including me) found and hated. Even after countless hours of tweaking and updating the template, I still found myself looking at the dreaded resume in the job board forum.
My old resume looked cluttered with junk info from years ago, and it was hard to read. The new resume has a cleaner layout, and focuses on important info the old resume had lots of infoTaken from resumewriter. Com, and tweaked slightly.
It looks clean – something that is difficult to do in most templates or online (you have popups/fancy stuff going on). My name + info are at top center making it easy readable even when small text size.
I’ve been using a sans serif font with a thin and carefully spaced line (Campbell Milan, 14pt). I tried to use action words to describe what I did instead of just bullet points. And finally, I combined the contact information from my previous resume and added it to the top of the new one.
I think it looks clean. It really emphasizes accomplishments – you see the impact you had on the company instead of the task. This is important because you always want to be perceived as an achiever, and this helps you.
It looks so neat and is visually appealing. Everything just fits together perfectly. It’s easy to read, and all the information is communicated with clarity. I’m mainly concerned with two things: I put a lot of detail in my job descriptions.
It saves me 2400+ characters, it’s simple and clean, and it looks great with my chosen resume content. ## Windows, *NIX, Unix, MAC**Ubuntu, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows:**I use windows, linux and mac, so for ubuntu and mac users, this cv template is for you.
I didn’t have a specific field/job I wanted to apply for so it’s been a bit wider than my normal CV (though I focus on a specific niche). I’ve been doing a lot of stuff outside of what I’d consider a typical job.
It doesn’t spread to much text or space between sectionsSecond Offically: All client were happy with final productMy old one was very confusing (though i think still decent lol).
My old one was very boring (and two pages), while #2 on that list has pictures! It also seems more professional than what i had before.
First off, it’s just so damn clean. Third, I noticed that almost all the ATS systems would not read my old resume.
It looks so professional, I don’t want to ruin it now that I’m in the process of making it. Number one, it’s very consistent from one job to the next. I don’t have to worry about if my position on an engineering staff is going to be confusing to read.
The main thing I like about it is that it looks clean and doesn’t fall into the same general category of templates I’ve seen before (i. e. it doesn’t look too fancy or confusing). It also happens to be very similar in style to one I personally found online.
It looks so neat and clean, while still being professional and not too over the top.
It’s simple to read/understand. Second- It maximizes on design experience (i know.
Firstly it looks very clean (I think that is important especially if i want to go abroad) Secondly its simple yet versatile3rdly.
First off all pronouns are not necessary in your job description like they actually should be (sir/ma’am), so most companies don’t see it that way at ALL – hence why you DO have to get rid of them once per company if just copying from Word is enough](#purge).
It eliminates the need to. I frequently hear, for example, that a one page resume is too long. This is because in most cases, most candidates will not have a degree, or other specialized training.
First, it’s in line with MacTeX typography conventions (except when they aren’t).
First off, it looks like every other word you see in google results – clean & simple. – It’s responsive which is nice because if your device (like me) doesn’t have full screen keyboard integration yet then use ‘smaller’ size text to fit on one page.
It saves me screen real estate (I’m 5’7″), it gives good bullet points statements with personal info embedded so they are easy to read/parse by ATS / software robots etc.
There are a lot of graphical components to it, which I think is a nice touch. It feels very readable, and is visually appealing to the eye. it is a representation of what my experience actually looks like. I have tried to make it as easy to read as possible, while still providing enough information to be relevant.
It’s a clean, straight to the point resume – something I’m very concerned about in the current job climate is that many people are coming out with a lot of fluff.
I feel like it’s very clean. I’ve seen some more “berry” colored resumes and they look like chaos. Plus, I like that it’s a page total.
It is able to fit in one page instead of two (previous ones were either 1 2 pages or . Second, due caret being on top level so that there won’t be blank space showing through underneath training section etc.
My old resume just didn’t show my travel as much. My old resume didn’t show all the things I’ve done since I’ve moved around. My old resume didn’t show all the things I’ve learned since I’ve been out of school. My old resume didn’t show all the things I’ve become apart of my fraternity.
I think it looks very clean. It’s simple, yet still has a little shine to it. No swathes of color pulling away from the page. It’s very easy to skim (as long as you have time to do so).
My previous resume looked like a mess. It was a mess of color and weird columns.
I have noticed a few trends in recent years when looking at other peoples’ resumes, and I like mine to stand out. First and foremost, it’s visually appealing. I’m a bit obsessive over my resume design (I think I’m usually a bit too “creative” with it) and I want it to look good.
I heard about a “burn in” and after applying to several jobs, it looks like it did happen to me. I’ve read about how this is a good thing, regardless of how ugly it is.** ROMANA:** The humble beginnings of a resume.
First off, I’m always worried that my resume looks too much like a sales pitch – it should be enough that the employer has to look at it to see if it’s even worth taking to the next step. for some reason, my resume seems more creative and less like a standard description of a engineer.
It’s clean and simple, yet has the right amount of whitespace and structure. It was specifically designed for a federal job due to regulations in my country. So it has the right amount of “fill” to it.
It:* Is simple to read/navigate. * Provides me with an opportunity not often available in corporate America — personally relevant experience on each company listed. # My career history has been. Mixed. [Lapse year between two jobs]I seriously considered adding keywords somewhere inside or outside.
Traditional resumes can get messy fast. It’s a single pdf file. I know how hard it is to screenshot a cv. So I decided to make a new, clean version of my CV with my own text and designs. I hope it helps you guys.
Not many colors or graphics in general (I prefer old school clean templates with no flair). Second is that while ATS are getting smarter every year they aren’t quite there yet as far i’m aware <75%.
It looks very clean. It’s minimal so it doesn’t overwhelm. It’s positive and exciting, something that will make people want to pick it up and look at it. it has similar font sizes throughout.
I don’t like how the old resume used a small font with a lot of empty space. The new cv falls into the right balance between showcasing my work and keeping it under the 1 page barrier.
I think the blue color is nice, modern and not overdone. It’s not a flashy thing, it’s not overwhelming. It’s subtle, it’s sophisticated. And in the modern world, it’s simply the current trend. I like that it’s a functional resume.
It looks so neat; it’s very clean & professional looking (I think that helps!); you don’t have to worry about breaking too many ppt walls or running outofspace on your CV with every job position plus graduation + additional education then candidate name etc.
# it is just so darn clean. Classic. # I think the title of the template is *perfect*. I always get asked about the ‘fancy’ ones, and while they look great and are professional, they’re not what I’m looking for.
Thirdly these past jobs are very similar except some additional details.
It’s clean: unlike most resumes here which generally showcase all your working history in an attempt to make you look like someone who has done much more than what is necessary.
I think the blue is classic, simple yet eye-catching, and the circles are simple yet dynamic. Add in the fact that it is a single image and you have an amazing looking resume.I chose a single color for my resume because I like the results in Word when you apply a color.
It’s elegant in design as all good things should be eauGraphic based. – secondly- is where its biggest strength lies; being able to present me professionally without making myself seem less professional with an ‘unflattering’ color scheme or any otherwise muddying up what could clearly Be one neat page.
First of all, I think the mix of color makes the whole thing pop. It also helps that I’m trying to move to a more creative field, so the red and blue feel right.
No more nonsense pictures or stylized stuff (um.those are not allowed anyway. it’s so simple. No more paragraph levels or bullet points or “4 concise sentences”. It’s all very concise.
I think the first is the way it gets you noticed quickly, in a good way. No flashy designs, no weird typefaces, just a very straightforward, uncluttered template. No “fancy” bullets, you have bullet points. I think that’s a good start.
It was specifically designed to highlight skills/competencies rather than past experience or education in chronological order which means you get right at top billing before your accomplishments are even mentioned.
It’s clean, simple, and it’s aesthetically pleasing. It’s also in color, which I’m told is a big plus. My first reason for the change is that I find that ATS systems don’t read well when printed out, especially when printed in full color. My old resume was printed in grey printer paper.
It’s much easier to read/scan. It’s designed so that each job section is centered on the page instead of the side, making them slightly wider and slightly deeper as well.
It saves me plenty of space, since I don’t have a lot of white space now, and it ensures that my weight is aligned directly under my name. It also helps to ensure that each of my tasks gets its own line, and the one with the most weight gets the entire point-based breakdown it needs.